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We loan because...
*Doing Good & Making Money Should Not Be Mutually Exclusive*

At Reliable Education we believe that success in business isn’t just measured by profits made from running an Amazon business.

Instead, it is also our duty as passionate entrepreneurs and global citizens to help those less fortunate create a brighter future for themselves too. So we took action!

We are committed to creating better futures for our students AND those that have far fewer opportunities!

In the day to day ‘busy-ness’ of business it’s easy to forget how good we really do have it. Organisations like KIVA remind us that so many people on our planet have far limited opportunities and resources than we do.

Wouldn't it be great if every company built giving into the fabric of how they do business?

That’s our “Reason Why”.

What’s yours?

Adam Hudson & Joe Olejnik
Reliable Education

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Global community of Amazon sellers from the Reliable Income Academy

Location: Global       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Basma
    Palestine
    Basma received a loan from Melissa to buy seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides for her farm.
    Melissa
  • Latifah
    Uganda
    Latifah received a loan from Melissa to purchase enough patterns of clothes for making new dress.
    Melissa
  • Maria Elizabeth
    El Salvador
    Maria Elizabeth received a loan from Melissa to buy corn, propane gas and a small kitchen. This way she will have the raw materials and work equipment to continue with her tortilla sales business.
    Melissa
    $325 to go
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  • Tám
    Vietnam
    Tám received a loan from Richard to buy more calves to raise and sell.
    Richard
  • Jose
    Colombia
    Jose received a loan from Dave Fallon to buy cheese wholesale in order to deliver it to a larger number of customers.
    Dave Fallon
  • Cleare
    Kenya
    Cleare received a loan from Donna to purchase animal feeds and other farm inputs.
    Donna
  • Titus
    Kenya
    Titus received a loan from Jeremy to buy a new motorbike.
    Jeremy
  • Charles
    Kenya
    Charles received a loan from Jeremy to buy fertilizers and pesticides.
    Jeremy
  • Rahimjon
    Tajikistan
    Rahimjon received a loan from Jeremy to sell men's clothing.
    Jeremy
  • Carlos Hairo
    Ecuador
    Carlos Hairo received a loan from Jeremy to purchase variety store items for his store.
    Jeremy

Impact   Updated Hourly

38
Team Members
$29,325
Amount Funded
1,200
Loans
31.6
Loans per member